Hi all …
To everyone who responded to my photos of Craig in Antarctica, a big thank you. So glad you enjoyed the pics, if not the fact of such cold temps. LOL.
Satay …. I did so appreciate your sense of humour and Santa he was when he returned from Davis station last time … beard down almost past chest level then, mainly for the amusement of the family. He is trimming it a bit more this time there. And he does love the cold, so do I - - - - until this year !!
Fancy - our house is the same – colder inside than out - by quite a few degrees. When I see my own breath in the family room – on goes the heater. It struggles to keep up. Hope you are not too impacted by anything – especially if the Huon River receives more than she can handle from up north. Stay safe. That applies to all of you / us.
Sure hope all those winds have died down in Sydney, especially at the airport there, and other airports around the country, which have been heavily impacted by the weather. Not for me either.
IamSamSam ….. hope Sam’s shoulder injury is 100% by now, or at least very very soon. Amazing how resilient dogs are.
Ashburnam …. Congratulations on such successful breeding, and having the flock you now have. Excellent news.
Fizzybelle – loved the Ada “secrets” photographs. Is that a clutch of possible bubs or just a whole pile of up to 10+ days old eggs ? …. Cheeky little bugger indeed.
SilkieChickStar … I do so hope your little silkie is ok – or is at least improving. Good luck to you and to your silkie.
Sjturner79 …. Good news about the 16 new eggs. Hope they all turn out to be hens – I think most people prefer hens, poor roos often have to be re-homed etc.
Teila … to answer your question : Sonya is doing well, growing in leaps and bounds ( literally ) and is learning commands quickly – being introduced to a variety of new situations. Most of the time she is good, but has some off days, and boy are they ‘off’ when she has them. Toileting is getting much better – behaviour ? 50/50.
Edited by Anniebee - 6/6/16 at 11:21pm